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Get your clicking fingers ready: Brooklyn-based indie jeweler Erica Weiner is taking her sample sale online tomorrow (sorry, New Yorkers) starting at 10am. Expect to find a digital treasure trove of one-of-a-kind antiques, imperfect samples, and discontinued or soon-to-be retired pieces.
Once it launches, you've got until Friday at midnight to shop the sale that , as the below images reveal, will be made up of gorgeous cocktail jewelry and special pieces from the Victorian era to the 1950s. Pro tip: Have her website bookmarked, and set an alarm.
Onyx and diamond cocktail ring in 10-carat gold, $195
Gold locket with .09-carat ruby, circa 1950, $175
Victorian opal and garnet ring, 9-carat cold, $145
Gold fill and garnet cabochon, circa 1880, $285